Toothy Maw

Gears

I had the macro lens on my camera when I came across this old railroad equipment, and I couldn’t step far enough back to get a shot that showed much more than this. These gears are about four feet around, or just over a meter from one side to the other. I think it turned out nice anyways.

This photo was taken in West Virginia along the Cass railroad, a section of mountain that was logged for its red cedar to make paper.

 

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